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Dean Del Mastro, former MP, makes emotional plea to avoid jail time

Dean Del Mastro choked back tears and had to compose himself in an Ontario court Tuesday as he described the “nationwide condemnation” he’s had to endure as his election overspending trial wound its way through the legal system.

The former Conservative MP — who was found guilty last fall of violating the Canada Elections Act — made an emotional speech at his sentencing hearing before a judge retired to decide whether to send him to jail or not.

“There are some who would appreciate an opportunity to hold a public stoning in the town square,” Del Mastro told Justice Lisa Cameron. “It’s my hope that the significant consequences that I have endured and shared will be considered in your deliberations.”

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Good grief. Del Mastro, you cheated in a Federal Election. You broke the law. Nobody has any sympathy for you.

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PRIME MINISTER’S STRANGE LOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE OMNIBUS - C-38 Satire

In opposition Stephen Harper and his Conservatives were against omnibus bills; now that they sit on the other side aisle they’ve brought back the practice. Where did he find this new found strange love?

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DEL MASTRO AND DYKSTRA —- THE BROS OF PARLIAMENT HILL

In a tense day of cross-examination Friday, MP Dean Del Mastro admitted he couldn’t explain who transferred $11,500 to his bank account a few hours before a $21,000 cheque was cashed by a federal campaign supplier.

Del Mastro is charged with violating the federal Elections Act by exceeding the spending and donation limits in his 2008 campaign and covering it up by filing an incorrect return.

At the heart of the case is the $21,000 cheque, which was dated Aug. 8, 2008 – several weeks before the election campaign began. It was written to Holinshed Research, whose onetime head, Frank Hall, has been a key Crown witness in the trial.

The Crown alleges that Del Mastro made out the cheque in October 2008 to pay for voter-identification calls during the election campaign itself, but that he backdated it to August because otherwise it would have put him over his $92,566.79 campaign spending limit.

Crown prosecutor Tom Lemon presented Del Mastro with banking records that showed someone transferred $11,500 from Del Mastro’s Visa card into his bank account on the morning of Oct. 10 – which was during the campaign and just four days before election day.

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Comincio a chiavarla lentamente, venere-athena ansima, sta già godendo e non risparmio colpi alla fica. È un lago di umori, dentro. Tiro fuori completamente il cazzo per poi ricacciarlo dentro all'improvviso. La sua fica è talmente bagnata che quando il mio cazzo esce dalla sua fica è lucido come la testa del Genio Mastro Lindo ed è ricoperto da una schiumetta bianca

The Never-ending DDM Saga

Yesterday I made a comment on Facebook essentially saying that Dean Del Mastro was pathetic for bringing his infant child to his sentencing hearing following his guilty verdict for violations of the Canada Elections Act.

The problem I had with it is that DDM didn’t bring his wife, daughter and several family members to court because he couldn’t afford a babysitter - he did it for sympathy IMO - because he doesn’t feel he deserves to be punished for his mistakes.

You hope that when people do bad things, they feel guilt and understand their wrong doing. The problem with DDM is that he doesn’t think he’s done anything wrong.

Need an example? - he continues to refer to the court’s verdict against him as an “opinion”. He keeps referring to the extensive embarrassment he and his family have experienced throughout this process but refers to it in such a way as though he’s blaming the media and the public rather than his actions for this embarrassment.

DDM says that he resigned from his role as MP “out of respect for his constituents” while failing to mention that if he had been removed from his position by the House he would have lost his sizeable government pension - a pension that he salvaged by resigning instead.

Basically what I’m saying is that my scrutiny is not of his family but rather of him for his inability to take ownership of his mistakes and be a man of integrity. My scrutiny was not based in general of all people who bring children to court because yes - there are people who have no other options.

My point is that for a man who up until the end of his tenure as MP of Peterborough wanted to redefine “life” in an effort to challenge a woman’s right to choose, arrogantly and unsuccessfully attempted to attack Margaret Atwood on copyright law and was found guilty of violating Canadian law doesn’t deserve anything other than skepticism.

DEGETI                      CETIS                               SEMS

 

NOMBRE DEL MASTRO: JUAN CALEB MAZABA

NOMBRE DEL ALUMNO: CARLOS ALBERTO HERNANDEZ VERA

                                           DEIVI GRAJALES NARANJO

MATERIA: INGLES

GRADO: 4 SEMESTRE

GRUPO: B

 

DR. ARMANDO COVARRUBIAS MARTINEZ

WHAT WAS THE ONE INSTITTUTION WHERE I WORK?

IN THE TOW HALL OF WORTH THE RIVER OF VERACRUZ DF HEALTH AREA

BECAUSE HE WAS INTERESTED IN TTHIS PROFESSION?

THAT REPRESENTS THE HUMAN AND NOBLE PEOPLE WHO SERVER

 

IN THAT AREA HE ESPECIALIZED?

GENERAL SUGERI AND GENERAL MEDICINE

 

WHAT IS YOU SATISFACTION IN YOUR PROFESSION?

KNOW THAT PEOPLE WHO SERVE ARE SATISFIED

IN YOUR OPINION WHICH IS THE WORST SITUATION IN WHICH WAS PRESENTED IN THEIR WORK?

TELL AMOM YOUR BABY IS NO LONGER LIFE THAT HIS HEART WITHIN THE MOTHER NO LONGER LATE FOR SOME REASON

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE YOU HAVE IN YOUR PROFESSION?

PRESERVER THE LIFE OF PEOPLE WHO ATTEND

IS AT EASE WITH THEIR WORK?

IF ALWAYS AND STATE AND THAT AUNT WITH LOVEAND  KNOWLEDGE

WHAT DO YOU LIKE BEST ABOUT YOUR JOB?

GIVE GOOD NEWS OR FIND THE PROBLEM

AS FELT THE FIRST DAY THAT WORKED IN THEIR WORK?

HAPPY AS IT WAS MY LARGEST MANAGET MADE IN MY PROFESSION

IF HAD OPERATION AS IT FELT THE FIRST TIME HE DID?

IF I HAD STIILL  TAKING AND INCREASINGLY FEEL THE SAME AS THE FIRST TIME JOY AND RESPONSE ABILITY

TO HAD FEAR OF CATCH OF DISEASES OF PATIENTS?

ALWAYS AND HAD THAT FEAR BUT GRABBING GOOD THINGS WILL NOT THE POSSIBLE

WHAT WAS THE MOST DIFFICULT SITUATION THAT YOU PRESENTED THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER?

LEAVE MY FAMILY AND CITY OF ORIGIN FOR THEMSELVES CONTINUE WITH MI PROFESSION

AVIA PLANNED STUDY THIS PROFESSION OR PLANS WERE OTHER?

NOT AVIA PLANNED I WANTED TO BE ARCHITECT

TO PLANNED SPECIALIZE MORE THAT IN YOUR PROFESSION?

IS AND ALSO BE GYNECOLOGIST

WHICH IS THE LARGEST MOTIVATION TO THE GRABBING?

IS MY FAMILY MI FATHER AND MY CHILDREN

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Deal Del Mastro's election overspending merits only a fine, lawyer argues

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A lawyer for Dean Del Mastro says the former Conservative MP should face nothing more than a fine for having been found guilty of violating the Canada Elections Act. Leo Adler says his client was never charged with corruption, but was instead found guilty of overspending during the 2008 election — a violation he says does not warrant any jail time. The arguments are being made at a sentencing hearing for Del Mastro, at one time Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s one-time point man on defending the Tories against allegations of electoral fraud. Crown prosecutors in the case have asked for between nine to 12 months in jail for Del Mastro, arguing that only time behind bars would adequately reflect the gravity of his offences.

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Violetta en Tecnópolis: mirá un video exclusivo del show

El “Violetta Tour” llegó a Tecnópolis y los “Tinistas” ya pudieron disfrutar de una primera función inolvidable.

El show continuará este sábado (con funciones a las 14.30 y 19) y el domingo (con funciones a las 12 y a las 16.30), en el predio de Villa Martelli.

El director e iluminador del espectáculo, Ariel dal Mastro, prometió que “los fans van a encontrarse con muchas cosas que no se vieron en Europa”.

Desde ARG Noticias te mostramos en exclusiva una captura de lo que fue la primera función del show. Si sos un “Tinista” de ley, está claro que no te la podés perder. /MS

A través de http://www.argnoticias.com/espectaculos/item/28805-violetta-en-tecnópolis-mirá-un-video-exclusivo-del-show de ARGNoticias.com